The Bruins continue their busy offseason, this time locking up a couple of pieces of their supporting cast.
Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell both agreed to terms with the team on Monday, according to TSN's Bob McKenzie. Kelly reportedly signed for four years and $12 million, while Campbell deal is reported to be for three years and $4.8 million total.
The players' agent, Patrick Morris, confirmed the deal to ESPN.com.
Kelly, who was traded to the Bruins from Ottawa in 2011, had 20-19-39 totals in 82 games for the team last season, while Campbell tallied 16 points on the year.